Why Learn PDPA?
Learn more about PDPA in Singapore here!
PDPC's E-Learning Programme
Get to know the essentials of the PDPA through this interactive learning tool developed by the PDPC. Modules 1 to 5 cover the basics you will need to know about the key terms and organisations’ obligations under the PDPA, and offer ways in which data protection officers can develop good data protection policies and practices.
Each module will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. These modules are best viewed on Internet Explorer 9, Google Chrome 36 or Mozilla Firefox 30 at a screen resolution of 1024×768 or higher. Do note that there is a row of navigation buttons at the bottom of each page; if you are unable to view them, please ensure that your screen ‘Zoom’ option is at 100% or less.
If you are using Safari, please activate the audio track at the start of each page.
Module 1: Key Terms used in PDPA
One of the first steps to understanding PDPA is to be able to understand the Key Terms that are being used with PDPA.
Module 2: Consent, Purpose & Notification
Data collection must be done with the correct Consent and the purpose of the data collection must be communicated clearly. Learn more about Consent, Purpose and Notification in this module.
Module 3: The Care of Personal Data
The care and proper handling of personal data that is collected and stored is an important aspect of PDPA compliance of any company.
Module 4: Access & Correction; Openness & Appointment of Data Protection Officer
Learn more about Access and Correction and Openness as well as the importance of appointing a Data Protection Officer.
Module 5: Do Not Call
Learn more about Do Not Call Registry as well as Do Not Text Registry. Learn how that by having a proper Do Not Call management procedures for Personal Data; you will be able to comply to PDPA.
Module 6: Securing Electronic Personal Data
In this day and age, technologies and digital data storage solutions play a key role in the management of Personal Data in terms of the process of collection, updating, retrieval, archival, storage and the eventual process of the destruction of Personal Data.
Module 7: Disposal of Personal Data in Physical and Electronic Medium
Just as the process that governs the collection and retention of personal data is important; equally important is also the disposal of Personal Data that is being stored in Physical and Electronic medium. Learn more on how we can properly dispose Personal Data that is no longer needed the proper way.
PDPA Accessment Module by PDPC
Take the PDPA Accessment Module by PDPC to test and access your PDPA knowledge and understanding.